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Nagao Kagetora
01 April 2020 @ 12:20 pm
Adopt one today!
 
 
Nagao Kagetora
14 July 2012 @ 08:30 pm
Found this by accident. Never seen it before O.o. I only know this look from an alternative version of Vanilla.



Those were the days... Nice :)
And I was actually searching for Morrie stuff, tsss.
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Nagao Kagetora
17 June 2012 @ 11:24 am
Stolen from mjspice ;).

Rules:

1 - Go to Wikipedia and hit random. The first random wikipedia article you get is the name of your band.
2 - Go to quotationspage.com and hit random. The last four or five words of the very last quote of the page is the title of your album.
3 - Go to flickr and click on "explore the last seven days"; third picture, no matter what it is, will be your album cover.
4 - Use photoshop or similar to put it all together.
5 - Post it with this text in the caption and TAG the friends you want to join in.



Impressive xD.

No tagging. Anyone who wants to do it can do it ;).
 
 
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Nagao Kagetora
13 June 2012 @ 07:42 pm
Nein, auch diesmal erwarte ich nicht, dass jemand den tieferen Sinn meines Postings versteht xD
Ich war eigentlich nur auf der Suche nach dem korrekten Text zu, äh, "Bei Müllers hat's gebrannt brannt brannt" (Tochter... Kindergarten... ich wusste den kompletten Text nicht mehr...) als ich auf einen längst vergessenen Text zu einem Klatschspiel stieß.
Em Pom Pi Kolonie Kolonastik Em Pom Pi Kolonie Akademi Safari Akademi Puff Puff... (und dann irgend etwas obendruff, Finger, Daumen, was auch immer >.<).
So weit so schön, auf You Tube gibt es auch ein paar nette (leider unscharfe) Oberstufenschülervideos in denen Em Pom Pi demonstriert wird. Em Pom Pi never dies! Oder so...

Aber das ist noch nicht alles! Ein ambitionierter Vater (Musiklehrer???) und sein Sohn haben das Em Pom Pi Klatschalphabet erfunden!



Die beiden waren mir so symphatisch, dass ich mir das Video unbedingt mit in mein Tagebuch nehmen wollte :). Interessiert wahrscheinlich keinen außer mir, aber das macht gaaar nichts :).
 
 
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Nagao Kagetora
06 June 2012 @ 08:23 pm
I just found this by accident:



It's with Cersei, Dany, Jon and Theon (what a weird mixture haha).

I don't have ANY clue if this clip is already widely known or not lol, but at least for me it was a surprise so that's why I'm pasting it here ;).
 
 
 
Nagao Kagetora
04 May 2012 @ 08:42 pm

Beastie Boys - Sabotage von BeastieBoys-Official

Just learned the news about Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch's death and I'm still a bit shocked.
Didn't follow the Beastie Boys in the last years, but as a teenager I was quite a fan of a couple of songs by them.
I didn't know MCA suffered from cancer so the news were quite unexpected.
Sorting myself out again now, that was really really out of the blue.
So sorry for his family, friends and fans :(
 
 
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Nagao Kagetora
25 April 2012 @ 10:55 pm
For every night owl that is still awake :)

 
 
Nagao Kagetora
12 April 2012 @ 07:17 pm
Beautiful End

Just testing how this embedding works ;).
Hm, I thought you could play the song in the LJ window. Instead the MySpace page pops up. Alright.
Anyway, heard this song in the movie "The station agent" with Peter Dinklage which I watched over the last two days:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0340377/
Wonderful bittersweet movie.
 
 
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Nagao Kagetora
There are a few clips on YouTube that take songs and show the (deliberatly) misheard lyrics on screen.

I mostly found the German ones by coldmirror so it's probably only funny if you know German ;)

This is Dinazor by the Turkish band Rashid with German misheard lyrics (and the problem is I REALLY understand the lyrics as if the misheard ones were real lol):



Are there any good clips with English misheard lyrics? Any links are welcome :)!
 
 
Nagao Kagetora
13 March 2012 @ 07:43 pm
Just wanted to put this in my journal here because I watched David Bowie's concert DVD "Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars" recently (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ziggy_Stardust_and_the_Spiders_from_Mars_(film) ) and really really enjoyed it despite its old age ;).

One song in particular stood out for me because it is so intense, it is a cover of a Jacques Brel song called "My death". I haven't heard the original "La mort" in a while, but somehow I have the feeling Bowie transformed the song a lot, not only lyric-wise. Must check when I find the time ;).
As far as I know it has not been released on audio anywhere (?) so I should probably rip an mp3 from this clip one time.



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Funny thing is that my actual motivation to watch this concert DVD was the song "What's up Mr. Jones" by Zilch. I understood that the song was referring to Bowie songs alright but until I got that "Mr. Jones" is the real name of David Bowie and that the lyrics most probably refer to Bowie quitting his Ziggy Stardust stage persona it took me a while >.<.

Deep bow to Mr. Bowie for the song and thanks to Zilch for the tip :).